Wednesday on Political Rewind: Georgia’s pair of crucial Senate runoffs are drawing ad dollars and national political figures to the state.
Two lawsuits prepared by civil rights groups on behalf of marchers in last weekend's rally in Alamance County allege voter intimidation by law enforcement.
People who live on America's 326 Indian reservations often have a harder time voting due to bad roads and lack of formal addresses. The pandemic is adding challenges.
According to video posted online and witness accounts, police in Graham, N.C., used pepper spray on a march to drive voter turnout. Activists say at least 17 people were arrested.
The mark set Friday by Texas, with its 38 electoral votes, also comes on the last day of early voting in the state. Texas, once a reliably red state, is seen as a "toss-up" heading into Election Day.
On the last day of in-person early voting, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said Georgians should expect longer lines from around 2 million voters showing up on Election Day, adding to a record-setting turnout so far this year.
A pair of trolleys are providing free rides to the polls, and serving as rolling billboards for voting.
More than 1.5 million Georgians cast ballots in the first week of early voting in the 2020 general election so far, more than a third of 2016’s total turnout, and more than two weeks remain until voting ends Election Day.
Wednesday on Political Rewind, we discuss the latest on a slate of crucial elections in Georgia as early voting numbers show record turnout. Only two days into the in-person early voting period, more than 10% of the state’s registered voters have already cast their ballots, either in person or absentee.
And yesterday, in Georgia's 6th Congressional District race, Democrat Rep. Lucy McBath and Republican challenger Karen Handel met in a tumultuous debate. Polling is tight between the two just three weeks from Election Day. We also touch on the 7th Congressional District race between Democrat Carolyn Bourdeaux and Republican Rich McCormick for the seat of Republican Rep. Rob Woodall, who decided not to seek re-election.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: The first day of early in-person voting saw record turnout. The Georgia Secretary of State's office says more than 128,500 Georgians cast their ballots on Monday. That number is far above the 90,000 who voted on the first day of early voting in 2016.
Also: Sen. David Perdue and challenger Jon Ossoff met yesterday in the first televised debate in the race for Perdue’s Senate seat. Both lobbed harsh criticism towards their opponent with just weeks to go in the contest.
Voting by mail is easier now across the U.S. Officials in Pennsylvania's Lehigh Valley, a swing region in a critical state, are making changes to manage the time-consuming process of counting ballots.
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